What is a quick deed?

Answer A quick deed, more commonly known as a quitclaim deed, releases a seller's legal right to a piece of real estate. The grantor (property owner) signs over property rights to the grantee (property re... Read More »

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What is a quick warranty deed?

There is no such term as a "quick warranty deed." Some people confuse the term "quitclaim deed" for "quick deed." A quitclaim deed and a warranty deed are different. Quitclaim deeds transfer owners... Read More »

What Is a Quick Land Deed?

A quick land deed is more commonly known as a "quit claim deed." A person transferring ownership of real property to another by deed is known as a "grantor." A person to whom real estate ownership... Read More »

What is the difference between a deed without warranty& a quit-claim deed?

A deed is executed anytime property ownership changes. Deeds may or may not provide a warranty that the land is free and clear of any liens or other owners. Deeds without warranty and quit-claim de... Read More »

What is the difference between a California grant deed and a quitclaim deed?

Deeds are legal documents used to transfer the ownership of real estate. A grant deed is used to transfer the property itself. A quitclaim deed is used to transfer a claim on the property.Deed Requ... Read More »